The Hudson Companies is an award-winning real estate developer in Union Square, Manhattan. We develop affordable, workforce and market-rate housing. The Asset Manager position entails developing and formalizing asset management strategy and processes to maintain and improve mixed-use, mixed-income assets, and providing proactive, hands-on asset management. Posting includes salary range.
The Attorney/Assistant Counsel will be responsible for assisting in multi-family and single-family housing bond issuances and related real estate offering plans, drafting legislation, preparation of materials for consideration by the Agency Members/ Directors, Agency administrative matters and other legal areas as required, as well as supervision of legal support staff engaged in similar duties. The Attorney/Assistant Counsel will also perform legal services related to the Agency, including loan management, mortgage enforcement efforts and construction contracts.
The salary for this position will be $119,700.
Are you looking to make a positive impact on the lives of those in your community? At BRC, our staff help New Yorkers experiencing homelessness reclaim their lives by providing a hand up, offering opportunities for health and self-sufficiency, and restoring hope and dignity.
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The Project Manager on the development team manages affordable housing projects in various stages of development under the supervision of the Director of Real Estate Development and the VP of Housing. The project manager also analyzes potential projects and completes applications for funding, and takes on other projects as needed. A qualified candidate should exhibit an interest in the connection between the built environment, community health and well-being.
Under New York State’s 2022 comprehensive 5-Year Housing Plan that will invest $25 Billion to create and preserve one hundred thousand affordable homes in New York State, the Homeownership and Community Development (HOCD) unit is administering several new initiatives to achieve these goals. The primary responsibility of the Director of Special Initiatives is to implement many of these new programs, as assigned by the Chief of Staff for HOCD. Salary: $82,383 - $104,135
CSH (Corporation for Supportive Housing) has a new Community Investment Officer position open for the New York market. We’re looking for someone with strong analytical, strategic, communication and relationship management skills. This position originates and underwrites primarily predevelopment and acquisitions loans as well as collaborates with their New York colleagues to lead market strategy in building and strengthening the quality of New York’s supportive housing pipelines.
Neighborhood Restore Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Neighborhood Restore”) and its affiliate nonprofit entities (Restored Homes HDFC, Restoring Communities HDFC, Preserving City Neighborhoods HDFC, Neighborhood Renewal HDFC, Project Rebuild, Inc.) is hiring for 5 positions!
You'll have the opportunity to support Neighborhood Restore and its affiliates, which work jointly with NYC HPD and other stakeholders in the creation and preservation of affordable housing.
The roles, job postings, and salary ranges are below:
The Division of Housing Supervision within the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development has four portfolio analyst positions open.
Interested applicants should apply to each of the following four titles at https://www1.nyc.gov/jobs/index.page. Search the roles by the Job IDs listed below:
Job ID# 539564
Job ID# 539562
Job ID# 539561
Job ID# 539164
The deadline to apply is 8/7/22.
Proposed salary range: $54,100 - $62,215.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Real Estate Transactions, the Project Manager will assist with the financial modeling and analysis of housing development projects on property owned by NYCHA, preservation projects to rehabilitate and preserve NYCHA-owned public housing, and other NYCHA Real Estate Development activities. In addition to playing an important role in executing NYCHA 2.0, the Project Manager will also work on projects under NYCHA’s 100% Affordable Housing Program. The proposed salary range is $74,650.00 - $109,409.00 (Annual).
The Attorney / Assistant Counsel reports to the Deputy General Counsel of the New York State Housing Finance Agency Legal Department and serves as counsel for HCR in negotiating, analyzing, structuring, and closing secured loan real estate transactions. Additionally, the Attorney / Assistant Counsel may be responsible for assisting on multi-family and single-family housing bond issuances, drafting legislation, preparation of materials for consideration by the Agency’s Boards, Agency administrative matters and other legal areas as required, as well as supervision of legal support staff engaged in similar duties. The salary for this position will be $119,700.
The Attorney / Associate Counsel reports to the Deputy General Counsel of the New York State Housing Finance Agency Legal Department and serves as counsel for HCR in negotiating, analyzing, structuring, and closing secured loan real estate transactions. Additionally, the Attorney / Associate Counsel may be responsible for assisting on multi-family and single-family housing bond issuances, drafting legislation, preparation of materials for consideration by the Agency’s Boards, Agency administrative matters and other legal areas as required, as well as supervision of legal support staff engaged in similar duties. The salary for this position will be $132,800.
New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) fosters the creation and preservation of high quality affordable housing, while working strategically to revitalize neighborhoods and communities throughout the Empire State. Achieving this mission requires a wide range of skills and backgrounds in public policy, administration, real estate, architecture, finance, law and many other areas of expertise. The Statewide Asset Management Unit is responsible for the asset management and compliance monitoring of the Agency’s existing housing loan portfolio. The salary for this position will be $78,200.
Maycomb Capital is a pioneering impact investing platform. We provide financing across asset classes to fund strategies and enterprises that transform communities. This position would be focused on one of Maycomb’s flagship funds, the Community Outcomes Fund, as well as other efforts to provide flexible, mission-aligned debt to impact enterprises. The Investment Analyst for The Community Outcomes Fund will be primarily responsible for supporting all aspects of the investment process.
The Affordable Exec reports to ownership and is responsible for establishing and monitoring appropriate protocols and procedures for the operation of the Affordable Housing Department and operating the department on a daily basis. This includes regular communication with ownership, affordable housing staff, tenants, applicants and other department heads. Salary range $125k – $175k.
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is the nation’s largest municipal housing preservation and development agency with a mission is to promote quality housing and diverse, thriving neighborhoods for New Yorkers. Situated within HPD’s Office of Policy & Strategy (OPS), the Credit & Special Underwriting Unit is responsible for ensuring that all projects receiving City capital subsidy or discretionary tax benefits are reviewed for financial integrity, appropriate levels of assistance, and conformance with agency policies.